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Environment and Democracy in the Czech Republic
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Contents: Introduction 1. Defining an Environmental Movement 2. Different Approaches to the Study of Environmental Movements 3. Origins of the Czech Environmental Movement: From Conservation to Political Opposition 4. The Development of the Czech Environmental Movement, 1990-2000 5. Case Studies 6. The Czech Environmental Movement in 2003 Conclusion Bibliography Index

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Adam Fagan, Lecturer in Politics, Queen Mary, University of London, UK

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"'This volume presents an original study of the development of the environmental movement in the Czech Republic, particularly in relation to the democratic transition process. It offers a broad, historical analysis of the evolution of the movement through the 1990s to the present day, and presents rich case studies on a number of environmental organisations. The detailed empirical work reveals interesting insights into the character of contemporary Czech politics and the difficulties faced by the environmental movement. This is a well researched and well written piece of work which will make a valuable contribution to the existing literature.' - James Meadowcroft, University of Sheffield, UK"

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